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Today we set out early, arriving at White Oak Vineyards around. 10. Scott, our sommelier, set us on a 9 wine, heavy pour portfolio. Wine for breakfast, why not!? Many of their wines were great, the can blend and merlot were excellent. We spent about an hour and a half here, chatting about weather, east coast/west coast differences, and life. Onward from here we visited Alexander Valley Winery. We missed the 11am ...
... create. It must say something that a place so wonderful and creative was built with money generated from casinos, we’re just not sure what (secretive owner Ray Carano is a huge mover and shaker in the Reno casino scene).
Hoffman House in the tiny town of Geyserville was the venue for lunch before a little more wine tasting in the afternoon. Dinner was at Bistro Ralph – a must-visit if you’re ever in the area; great ...
... in February of 2009. The first issue is where we would stay while working.
Our first trip was spent at the West Sonoma Inn and Spa. It was a lovely place with a very cool owner. I recommend it if you are up in the area. It became clear at that point that there was no way I could finance a hotel for the time it would take to complete this project, so I decided to by a small used travel trailer for our trip in April. Nothing fancy, but comfy, warm, ...
... 8217;t attached we probably would have bought a case. It had a very full-body with a velvety texture displaying my favorite notes of black cherry, spice and vanilla. Wow! I never thought I could love a Pinot so. We bought two bottles and each purchased a glass to drink with the sandwiches we bought. We set on their deck overlooked a creek and the vineyards. I savored every sip of the luscious wine and Mike and I agreed we needed ...
... We pulled in to Nick's Cove in Marshall, a tiny village in Tomales Bay on the Point Reyes National Seashore, just before sunset. Point Reyes is a stunning National Park. There are rocky headlands, crashing breakers, coastal scrubland and forests of pines. It is where you can watch the whales migrate North for summer feeding in Alaska and there are seals, elk and hundreds of breeds of birds to see.
We found this place back when we were planning the ...
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